In a Remote World, Bring the Classroom to the Learners

The biggest challenge with adopting classroom-specific technology is that it presented yet another platform for employees to adjust to amid an almost entirely virtual work life. Every aspect of the employee experience now came with some virtual/digital component that people had to figure out, which presented a growing taxation of the time available to do their actual jobs.

Realizing the Talent Development and Business Benefits of Action Learning

Action learning can be done as part of a learning initiative where a coach
or facilitator asks a group of learners to develop a project that will help the business solve a problem while putting the learning from their program to practical use. Or the business can assign critical business projects to a Learning group or function or a cross-functional team that then must collaborate to forge the solution.

Leveraging Learning Technology to Drive Organizational Readiness

The LatitudeLearning solution brings skills, training, certifications and other critical business elements together in one place. The platform was built to allow individuals to see just where they stand at any given moment with the skills they need for current or future roles. They can also see their progress in training for those skills and easily get to courses and materials they need to move forward. This lets the skills requirements drive the learning journey.

Creating a Stronger Link between Learning and Performance

Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice Preferred Provider EI Design developed a framework for building a Learning and Performance Ecosystem. Their integrated approach to learning and performance is designed with the learners’ needs in mind and always driven by key outcomes — for individuals and the business. This sets the proper foundation with a focus on the right metrics. EI Design then helps their clients choose the right evaluation model to measure impact. The goal is to take a holistic approach and drive performance and behavior change.

Building the Best Learning Blend

Determining how a learning program should be designed and delivered has always been a challenge for organizations. Learning has traditionally meant event-based learning, leaving little room for innovation. In the past, a program was considered “blended” if it added a small amount of web-based elements to support a series of classroom experiences. Today, however, there is a multitude of tools and technologies that transformed the ways companies can and should approach learning. Despite these opportunities, organizations still have difficulty building programs that truly meet the needs of their learners. In fact, 56% of companies believe fewer than half of their programs have the right blend.

Knowledge Reinforcement: The Missing Modality in the Learning Blend

Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice Preferred Provider Qstream is a next-gen learning solution completely focused on helping companies deliver the right learning experience to the right people at the right time. They make it easy to provide targeted microlearning in and around formalized experiences, creating a more robust overall experience that is designed around how people learn. To find out more about how they help companies leverage microlearning to improve engagement, compliance, performance and more, discover more about their microlearning overview here.